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Newhailes – A Palladian house fit for a baronet

Newhailes - A Palladian house fit for a baronet

Newhailes was originally built in the 17th century and has stood on the site just outside of Edinburgh for over three centuries. The house was originally owned by the Dalrymple family and featured prominently in the Scottish Enlightenment. The house itself is beautiful with some unique wall coverings and interior design details. […]

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Adventure Play Bermuda Style

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As we’ve grown as a business, we’ve been invited to look at ever bigger and more interesting projects, right across the world. So when we were asked to look at a potentially fantastic project in Hamilton, Bermuda, we didn’t have to think about it for long. The decision was made even […]

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The reality of a site build compared to the original drawings

Squirrel Play Tower original drawing

When we visualise the adventure play we’re planning to build, it’s often difficult to ever imagine it will look like the drawings when it comes to the actual construction. Well here’s an example of just this scenario in action. Above, you can see the original drawing and then below, you can […]

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Big plans for Brodick Castle with Adventure Play for Arran

Brodick Castle Squirrel Play - adventure play by We are CapCo

Brodick Castle and Country Park on the Isle of Arran, overlooks Brodick Bay and the Castle dates back to the 13th century. Today the castle & country park offer a beautiful combination of heritage, natural environment and relaxation. It’s a beautiful place and is set to get even more beautiful […]

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Culzean Castle Adventure Cove for National Trust for Scotland – Starting on site

smugglers cove adventure play the early part of the site build at culzean castle

The team have just arrived on site at Culzean Castle to build the new Adventure Cove. It’s been designed to work with the terrain of the land and incorporate design cues from the region. So this means caves, smaller windows as well as boats and anchors to replicate the cove that […]

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